Not a bad hotel but minimal expectations will help you enjoy this place better. The rooms are decent though.
Bed was wonderful, perhaps more like what you would expect at a 3 star hotel.
It was a cold night and the heater broke at 5am after making a terrible burning smell. So that was a negative for sure. We left the next morning so no way of knowing if and when they would fix it.
Traveller from Seattle
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This hotel is in a great location. Easy access to the wine route. The rooms were a good size and very comfortable. Hotel staff were very pleasant and very helpful with suggestion for a place to eat and directions to local attractions.
My wife and I booked Senza as part of our honeymoon. We decided to pay the extra money because of the high ratings on TripAdvisor and Expedia and it was WELL worth it. We have stayed in much more expensive resorts across the United States but it is Senza that provided a "Wow" factor in regards to staff, added benefits, and ease.
The staff at Senza were wonderful to talk to, knowledgeable about the area, and really sought to create a memorable experience for us. We would like to give a special acknowledgment to Dan'yell who was as wonderful in person as on the phone. She gave us great advice in wineries, activities, and dining. We thoroughly enjoyed the wine tasting (cozy and met cool people), the delicious breakfast with some of Napa's finest pastries, and the short walk to a wonderful (highly rated and reasonably priced) restaurant Don Giovanni's. Senza was a one stop shop. It is a small place, expect more of a bed & breakfast feel than that of a hotel.
There is an additional perk because it is owned by Hall Vineyards (which is a MUST SEE for anyone coming to Napa, even if you didn't think to go). The rooms are beautiful.
Napa marks the southern gateway to this famous wine-growing valley. Napa’s downtown sports an open-air shopping mall, a renovated opera house, upscale riverfront developments, and wine-tasting locales. The popular wine train chugs through vineyards and past the scenic town of Yountville to St. Helena.